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Your mother always told you not to play with your food, but Taiwanese artist Huang Mingbo clearly wasn't listening.

Using only five cooked, discombobulated lobster's shells, he carefully fashioned them into two motorcycles, packing in an incredible amount of detail.

The 'lobstercycle' was created at a cooking seminar at the Fuzhou Hotel, located in the capital of Fujian Province in Southeast China.

If only the cooked crustaceans had been able to ride one of these away in the first place, they might have avoided being chopped up to make a chopper.

Images: imaginechina.com

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